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into the conversation, and that could be a game changer. any other random politician is not a game changer. oh, is joe biden going to be in there? oooooooooh! and why do people remember chris christie. part of it is he is the one fat politician. that fat guy from new jersey. i like that guy because he is always yelling at people. i like him. tommy you yelled no there when someone mentioned that elizabeth warren could cross the aisle -- >> whoever just said that the tea party started because of bush. are you kidding me. >> alonzo is right. it was originally formed theoretically because of the bailout. >> they were fine when the white guy was doing it. but i don't want to hear this crap that bush was the one who started the tea party. >> bush started the bailout. >> but elizabeth warren, i think the nice thing about this paul is that it gives -- in the national polling, it's hilary and then everybody else, but elizabeth warren is hanging tough with everybody else. and she has the advantage of not having some terrorist running around with her name. >> okay. >> but at this point we don't know what is goin
abortion. joe biden may not be able to count to four, but he's at least right about what we ought to be focused on. >> three letter word, jobs, j-o-b-s, jobs. >> thank you, joe. friday, labor department released the latest jobs figures. american employers added 162,000 jobs in the month of july, and the unemployment rate was lowered to a 4.5 year low of 7.4%. my first guest says those numbers just don't add up and that government figures don't really reveal the full truth about the job situation in america. joining me, the former head of the bureau of labor and statistics, keith hall. keith, great to have you here today. >> good to be with you. >> friday we got those new numbers. 7.6 to 7.4. what's not to love, keith? >> well, first of all, that unemployment rate is the most closely watched economic statistic there is, and unfortunately that's gotten to be a very flawed statistic. and the reason is to be included in the unemployment rate, you need to be completely jobless, no job of any sort, no pay. second, you have to be active, you have to be doing certain things to be consider
are they to the help? we'll find out. next up, it's joe biden auto tuned. the vice president of the united states is the latest politico to go viral with his new video by songify the news with darren chris. of "glee." check it out. >> ♪ i have two shot guns at my home ♪ ♪ they're locked in in the safe there's a metal gun case ♪ ♪ we live in an area that's woodeded someone secluded ♪ ♪ i've said jill if there's ever a problem just walk out on the balcony and fire two blasts outside the house ♪ ♪ the shotgun my shotgun ♪ you don't need a machine gun, you don't need 30 rounds ♪ ♪ buy a shotgun buy a double barreled shotgun ♪ >> there you know he's running for president. i wonder if he serenades his wife that way. up next, the republican the democrats would love to knock out of the senate. mitch mcconnell is getting hit from both sides and the race has only just begun. you won't believe it, he's getsing it left and right. you're watching "hardball," the place for politics. the last four hours... have seen one child fail... to get to the air sickness bag in time. another left
obama and vice president joe biden last week underscored the democratic party's unity behind the obama agenda now and clinton presidential campaign in 2016. in the polls, she crushes biden who visits new hampshire this month. martin o'malley is already making national policy speeches, and new york governor andrew cuomo may run, too. should clinton opt out, all three alternatives, white male lawyers, liberal career politicians from east coast blue states. >> the democrats normally have a free for all. instead, they have a next in line hierarchy succession with hillary clinton. they usually have the crowned prince, but there is no crowned prince. >> reporter: chris christie criticized leaning republicans like rand paul for opposing u.s. surveillance and drone policies, as if they have forgotten 9/11. >> i want him to congress to new jersey and sit across from the widows and orphans and have that conversation and they won't. >> reporter: paul, a tea party darling that makes no bones about white house hopes fired back, tweeting christie worries about the dangers of freedom. i worry about t
qaeda about what they call a major attack. politics, turning to vice president joe biden heads to new hampshire later this month. he will appear at a fundraiser for the state's democratic governor. the fundraiser is slated to be held at the home of a lobbyist. a station in hampshire notes the trip could stoke speculation joe biden is preparing for a white house bid in 2016. in an interview last month the vice president made it clear he is not ruling out a run saying "i can die a happy man never having been president of the united states of america. but it doesn't mean i won't run you." new york republican congressman peter king is testing the waters. the 11 term congressman is in new hampshire today and tomorrow. thanks linking says "i believe the republican party would be receptive to my candidacy." those are some of the latest headlines on c-span radio. >> i have been pushing for this in the senate, that we would move cybersecurity legislation. it is big, it is complicated. the word cybersecurity means different things to different people. but we need to get this done. actually, as
. vice president joe biden is going to head to new hampshire in js a couple of weeks. he'll be there for a fundraiser august 22. maryland governor has been talking about running for president and he's now begun delivering speeches that he says will outline his vision and cuomo is going to compete, too, but only if hillary doesn't run. not a lot of variation to choose from on the democratic side in a party that traditionally has been pretty divisive in the primary in picking the nominees. jenna: where does that leave the republicans? >> stark contrast. after 2012 republicans said they needed to find new ideas and do some reform in the party. in the senate, you have all kinds of co-ligs and tea party candidates. rand paul is running, ted cruz of texas, only been in washington for eight months but already people are trying to get him to noise and he's very conservative and marco rubio, a lead sponsor of the immigration bill and he was on "time" magazine as the g.o.p. big hope. among governors and there's plenty looking for the presidency, chris christie, the governor from ne
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